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ZERO – Disposable, Non-Touch Contact Lens to Avoid Contamination from Your Dirty Hand

Zero is a concept non-touch contact lens, it offers a way where you can wear your contact lenses without touching them. No need to use hand or lens tweezers, it’s easy and convenient, avoiding contamination of your lenses by touching them with your dirty hand or tweezers that might cause eye infections. Zero provides disposable […]



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